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Assuming you want dx/dt and that the equation is

x = cot(2) / t

(i.e. cot(2) is a constant)

we can use the power rule. First, we rewrite it:

cot(2)/t = cot(2) * t-1

thus, by the power rule:

dx/dt = (-1) cot(2) * t-1 -1 = - cot(2) * t-2= = -cot(2)/t2

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